Exhibition "Moscow’s cool" Automatic translate
с 24 Октября
по 15 Декабря
Зубовский бульвар, 2
From October 24 to December 15, the Gilyarovsky Center, a branch of the Museum of Moscow, will turn into a boring school, where curiosity and the desire to learn new things are encouraged. The Moscow’s cool exhibition will show on an example of Moscow’s research how to make all subjects of the school curriculum interesting for both humanities and techies, so that knowledge needed in real life takes the place of senseless cramming. The exhibition will also introduce the works of leading contemporary illustrators of children’s books.
While studying at school, you often don’t understand at all whether this knowledge will be useful. At Moscow’s cool exhibition, children and parents will be convinced that much more can be learned about the world around us if we act in a multidisciplinary manner, that is, use the approaches of different sciences. Such an object, studied from all sides, will be the city of Moscow.
Chemistry, literature, physics, Russian language, history, geography, mathematics, biology, social studies, fine arts, the Moscow Art Theater, music, physical education: 13 subjects from the school curriculum provide 13 ways to learn something new about Moscow and everything that surrounds us. What kind of people live in Moscow today, social science will tell. What smells good in the city before a thunderstorm or unpleasantly from the arch of a house is chemistry. How far has a friend gone if he now lives in the north-east of Moscow — geography. How Muscovites differed from us in ancient times - history. For each subject, unique things are selected that can be touched and studied.
Here you can also see drawings by leading contemporary illustrators - Ani Desnitskaya, Natalia Kondratova, Evdokia Gasumyan, Nina Kuzmina, Olga Zolotukhina, Olga Posukh, Alexander Yakovlev, Natasha Yaskina and others - and see how different Moscow appears on the pages of children’s books. Their work will resonate with drawings by Moscow of the famous Soviet graphic artist Anatoly Kokorin. Also at the exhibition it will be possible to learn about how books are created.
On October 27, the exhibition will begin interactive lessons in individual subjects. They will be led by VAC children’s program curator Katya Porutchik, Olga Soboleva, author of the Russian language study methodology, historian Tatyana Voznyuk, author of books and editor Alexandra Litvina, art critic Tatyana Tikhonova, artists Anya Desnitskaya, Evgeny Tikhonov, Masha Molokova and many others. The full lesson schedule will be posted on the Moscow Museum website.
Exhibition opening: October 23 at 18.00. The opening program includes a curatorial tour, an autograph session of illustrators, a music concert. Entrance to the opening is free for children and parents.
The Moscow Museum thanks for the help in preparing the exhibition: Demeter, Pubs Walking in History, Scooter, Nastya and Nikita, Art Volkhonka, Children’s Art Studio, Olga Soboleva School, Book Sommelier.
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